Wednesday evening was filled with many laughs and tons of pedaling on the Salt River Bay. There are only several bioluminescent bays left in the world, and we were lucky enough to explore the wondrous sight! The swirling of your hand in the water and every paddle stroke lights up the water, giving off a glow. The bluish-white glow is actually single-celled organisms called Dino-flagellates. Some of us even caught a couple comb jellyfish! We can all agree that this trip was relaxing and fun after a day of clinical!